Prototype matching

Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Woodie, Jun 22, 2002.

  1. Woodie

    Woodie Active Member

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    Just tyring to match up some prototype pics I have taken over time with Garahbara pics:

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    and Garahbara:

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    And a goods shed:

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    and Garahbara:

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    looks great there woodie great modeling ;) rich
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    ..... and hopefully, I'm getting the ground cover/colouring pretty right too.

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    .... and Garahbara.

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    Garahbara doesn't have as many trees, but......

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    Wooodie you are doing a fantastic job! :cool: What is really wild is so much of the area where you are modeling could be anywhere in the southeastern U.S. That pic of the church? Seen that same exact church in Fla., Ga. etc. and the shed the same. In Fla. they are loading oranges in it, in Ga., peaches. The same red/orange clay type soil. Are YOU SURE you don't live here???? :D
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    Woodie Active Member

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    live there?

    Unfortunately, Tyson, I've never been to Florida, or Georgia.:( but I'll get there one day! Those areas in the pics are very dry. That's not clay, it's dust. Less than 10" of rain a year, and 100F plus most of the summer. The church is in Nth NSW near the coast. Very rainy there, though.
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    sumpter250 multiscale modelbuilder

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    Woodie,
    Matching up the models to the prototype, changes the point of view when looking at your work. Outstanding!!
    It's also nice to see photos that aren't a part of the tourist industry's slick, non-blemish advertisements, but rather, show a more representative view of your part of Australia. Thanks for both,
    Pete